You’d Want to Stay Here at Least Once! 5 Luxury Hotels Around Tokyo Station
The area around Tokyo station, the main station in Tokyo, is filled with high-end hotels that can meet many different needs. Below are five hotels that are known for their especially luxurious features.
1. The Tokyo Station Hotel
The Tokyo Station Hotel is a famous hotel that is located inside the Marunouchi station building in Tokyo Station. Established over 100 years ago, it has a long history of welcoming guests from Japan and overseas, including famous literary masters and people of culture. Inside its historic building, which is considered a cultural heritage, there is a wide variety of guest rooms available, including rooms with a European classic theme, rooms with a view of the station building dome, and maisonette rooms. It also offers a complete array of services and facilities that will let you enjoy the highest level of hospitality, such as a gallery where you can learn about the history of the hotel, 10 restaurants and bars, and premium fitness lounge and spa. Wi-Fi is free in the guest rooms.
2. Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is a popular hotel where you can spend an elegant time at the heart of the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. It offers a full lineup of services and facilities that guests can use, including a multilingual concierge, 24-hour fitness center, and a spa where you can soak in a mineral hot spring that contains radium. The refined guest rooms are all fitted with a TV system that has Blu-ray player inside. There are also rooms that will let you gaze at the splendid nightscape while soaking in the bathtub. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. There are staff who can speak English, Chinese, Tagalog and Hindi.
3. Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo
Shangri-La Hotel is a famous hotel that has won numerous prestigious awards such as the Michelin Guide. All 200 guest rooms, including 16 suites, have the largest space among the hotel rooms in the city, and they are built in such a way as to let people enjoy a panoramic view of the metropolitan city of Tokyo. It offers an array of services such as late check-out and personal concierge (for some rooms only). When it comes to dining spots inside this hotel, there is a restaurant where you can enjoy fine Italian dishes, a traditional Japanese cuisine restaurant that has a view of TOKYO SKYTREE, and a lounge where you can treat yourself to some authentic afternoon tea and colorful cocktails. There is also a spa and fitness club. Wi-Fi is free in the public areas. There are staff who can speak English, Chinese, Korean, Italian and French.
4. Palace Hotel Tokyo
Palace Hotel Tokyo is a popular hotel that is located within walking distance from Tokyo Station. All of the 290 guest rooms are at least 45 sq.m. in size, and are spaces with a refined and relaxing vibe. From the wide-open windows, you can feel the sense of openness. It's as if you are being enveloped in greenery and air. This hotel offers a full range of indoor facilities, such as a restaurant and bar that has long been loved by gourmands for its dishes that fuse tradition and new sensibility, and the French Evian Resort Spa that is loved by many celebrities. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. Staff who can speak English available.
5. Hotel Ryumeikan Tokyo
Hotel Ryumeikan Tokyo is just a 3-minute walk from Tokyo Station. You can enjoy a quiet and comfortable stay that will almost make you forget about the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan city of Tokyo, as they employ soundproofing measures such as double glazed windows and walls with sound insulation. Another main appeal of this hotel (in some guest rooms) is its environment that strives to give the guests a good night's sleep, through lighting, music and sound vibrations, as well as beddings that even top athletes love. They even have beds that ensure a good quality sleep by maintaining your sleeping posture. There is also a restaurant serving Japanese cuisine that combines tradition and innovation. Wi-Fi is free throughout the building.
Tokyo Station, where many trains come and go, is the perfect spot to use as a sightseeing base. Use this article as reference if you are thinking of booking a hotel that is one rank above the rest.
*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.
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